Masterclass by Konstantin Bogomolov / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE
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Masterclass by Konstantin Bogomolov

Konstantin Bogomolov


23 NOV 2017
11:00-14:00
 
The masterclass will be held in English.
For actors/actresses and directors
Three hours with the innovative Russian director Konstantin Bogomolov. Subject of the masterclass? Always the theatre.
Participation cost: 12 €
Aesthetically and politically a radical, Konstantin Bogomolov (b.1975) has been described in the international Press as the enfant terrible of the Russian theatre.
 
His parents were film critics. He studied Literature at Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) and Direction at the Russian Academy of Arts (RATIGITIS).
 
The winner of numerous awards and distinctions in his home country, Bogomolov has worked with historic Russian theatres (the Moscow Art Theatre and the Leninist Komsomol Theatre / Lenkom) while staging productions in equally prestigious European theatres and international theatre festivals, including the Polish National Theatre in Warsaw, the Festwochen in Vienna, and the Theaterformen in Hanover.
 
All in all, he has directed over twenty productions, also undertaking the adaptation/dramaturgy in the majority of cases. Works (theatrical and literary) he has staged include: Iphigenia in Aulis by Euripides, Much ado about nothing and King Lear by Shakespeare, Black Snow by Mikhail Bulgakov, The Trial by Franz Kafka, The Seagull and Platonov by Chekhov, Gargantua and Pantagruel by François Rabelais, The Dragon by Evgeni Schwartz, Ice by Vladimir Sorokin, and The Idiot and The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyevsky. He recently staged Husbands and Wives, a production based on Woody Allen's film of the same name.

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Addressed to:
Actors/actresses and directors

Date:
Thursday 23 November 2017

Hours:
11:00-14:00

Participation cost: 12 €

The masterclass will be held in English.

Reservation and more info:
T: 213 017 8002
Email: education@sgt.gr

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